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Source:  Birmingham Mail

A part of a riddle of 70 years has finally been solved – with the help of a BBC documentary.

In the heart-warming and emotional documentary, “The Stranger at my Brother’s Grave,” we see who has been leaving flowers at the grave of a 12-year-old Cheltenham schoolboy who drowned on a scout trip in 1947.

Ever since his death, his family have been left baffled at the appearance of flowers and poems at his grave every year.

84-year-old Ronald Seymour-Westborough from Gloucester, a childhood friend of Karl’s who was with him when he died, is the person who has been leaving the flowers, the investigation revealed.

However Mr Seymour-Westborough is not responsible for the poems that have been regularly left over the decades so that mystery remains unsolved.

Read the story at the Birmingham Mail. 

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